the system for how insurance companies will be paid and the companies say their enrollments are slow because of bad information coming from the government. robert zirkelbach is with america's health insurance plans, the main lobbying group for the industry. >> they're still receiving files that are duplicative, include missing and inaccurate information or in some cases they're not getting the files at all. >> reporter: what is the potential danger or down side to the applicant? >> the concern that everybody wants to avoid is a situation where somebody thinks that they're enrolled but, in fact, they're not. >> reporter: the white house still argues the web site is better than ever and is enrolling an average of several thousand people everyday. two months ago, 375,000 visitors would have cashed the system but today, scott, it held up and was able to put people in line. >> pelley: so, wyatt, did woman in your story, june miles-mays ever get to sign up? >> reporter: scott, after trying on the web site she filled out a paper application.